Use the tutorials here if you want to just use the standard APIs such as the EAI and/or SAI to access the browser functionality. This can work for basic integration into a standard application.
As a piece of Java code, Xj3D can be integrated in to web pages as an applet. The following collection of tutorials show you how to do various things with applets, and with a few of the Xj3D-specific extensions.
If the standard interfaces are not good enough for your needs then you may need to build a custom integration solution. For example you want to modify the caching strategies used during file loading or a different renderer implementation. For most application development, you should not need the advice in this section. First work out if the EAI/SAI is not sufficient for your needs before you get involved in here. You should only read these if you're already building custom code using the Extending Xj3D documents.
If you have translated our tutorials or created you own we'll link to them here.
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